Homelite
Gas Chainsaw

Model #240-UT10625 Homelite chainsaw

Here are the repair parts and diagrams for your Homelite 240-UT10625 chainsaw. 

The diagram(s) below can help you find the right part.  If you’d like help, we invite you to call our customer service number at the top of the page, or click chat.

On this page, you can also find any manuals, installation guides and error code tables associated with this model.

For advice on diagnosing problems with appliances, lawn & garden equipment and other products, check out the videos, repair guides and articles in our DIY section.

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Washer

#5

Figure 3 Diagram

Washer

Part #93862
This item is not returnable

$2.75

In Stock

Washer

#29

Figure 4 Diagram

Washer

Part #83002
This item is not returnable

$2.81

In Stock

Screw

#17

Figure 2 Diagram

Screw

Part #82298
This item is not returnable

$3.00

In Stock

Chainsaw Guide Bar Adjuster Pin

#25

Figure 2 Diagram

Chainsaw guide bar adjuster pin

Part #692542
?This is a manufacturer substitution. Part may differ in appearance but is a functional equivalent to prior parts including  69254-1A
This part replaces 69254-1A

$13.62

In Stock

Nut

#23

Figure 2 Diagram

Nut

Part #81112

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Hex Lock Nut, 8-pack

#15

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Hex lock nut, 8-pack

Part #STD541410
?This is a manufacturer substitution. Part may differ in appearance but is a functional equivalent to prior parts including  81256
This part replaces 81256
This item is not returnable

$2.15

In Stock

Flat Washer, 1-pack

#17

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Flat washer, 1-pack

Part #STD551010
?This is a manufacturer substitution. Part may differ in appearance but is a functional equivalent to prior parts including  95249
This part replaces 95249
This item is not returnable

$4.06

In Stock

Lawn & Garden Equipment Roll Pin

#4

Chain brake Diagram

Lawn & garden equipment roll pin

Part #671099001
?This is a manufacturer substitution. Part may differ in appearance but is a functional equivalent to prior parts including  95395
This part replaces 95395
This item is not returnable

$3.45

In Stock

Lawn & Garden Equipment Engine Spark Plug

#2

Figure 4 Diagram

Lawn & garden equipment engine spark plug

Part #DJ7Y
?This is a manufacturer substitution. Part may differ in appearance but is a functional equivalent to prior parts including  96169-S
This part replaces 96169-S
This item is not returnable

$4.98

In Stock

Lawn & Garden Equipment Nut

#NI

All parts Diagram

Lawn & garden equipment nut

Part #671076001
?This is a manufacturer substitution. Part may differ in appearance but is a functional equivalent to prior parts including  81196
This part replaces 81196
This item is not returnable

$2.27

In Stock

Symptoms for gas chainsaws

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Main causes: cracked fuel lines, leaky carburetor seals, damaged fuel tank cap, cracked fuel tank
Main causes: stale gasoline, cracked fuel lines, dirty carburetor, damaged spark plug, worn piston rings
Main causes: bad gas, engine needs tune up, cracked fuel lines, dirty carburetor

Repair guides for gas chainsaws

These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your chainsaw.

February 1, 2014
By Lyle Weischwill
How to replace chainsaw fuel lines

The fuel line on a chainsaw becomes brittle over time and can crack. Replacing it doesn't require a lot of DYI experience. These instructions show you how.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 30 minutes or less
February 1, 2014
By Lyle Weischwill
How to rebuild a chainsaw carburetor

If your chainsaw isn't running well, a dirty carburetor could be the problem. You can take it apart, clean it and rebuild it, using a carburetor rebuild kit. This repair guide takes you through the process.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 30 minutes or less
February 1, 2014
By Lyle Weischwill
How to replace a chainsaw carburetor

If the engine won't start even though there's fuel in the chainsaw, the carburetor could be the problem. Sometimes, it's easier to replace the carburetor than to clean it and rebuild it. Follow these steps to do the job yourself in about half an hour.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 30 minutes or less

Articles and videos for gas chainsaws

Use the advice and tips in these articles and videos to get the most out of your chainsaw.

June 1, 2016

Chainsaw care and troubleshooting tips

By Sears PartsDirect staff

Learn the basics of taking care of your chainsaw and solving common problems.

March 1, 2016

How to sharpen a chainsaw

By Jeff Day

Find out how to sharpen a chainsaw.

May 1, 2015

5 tips for a hard-to-start chainsaw

By Sears PartsDirect staff

These tips may help you get your hard-to-start chainsaw running.